DIY Assembly MOC Medieval Streetscene Fortress Model with Large Pedestal Building Blocks Set (16,025PCS)
.Content: Designed by Brickinger_, this is a traditional Norman square keep that was placed everywhere during the Norman conquest of England. This one is located on a small river crossing in Sussex. Placing a castle there was essential to secure the safe passage of reinforcements coming from Normandy on their way to the north, where William the conqueror fought until 1070 to secure the crown of England.
.Parts: Made of eco-friendly ABS, the premium parts in high precision casting tightly fit with each other. This bright & firm set offers builders a flawless hand feel with no burrs for a safe and easy assembly. The castle is based off the numerous keeps William the Conqueror built during his campaign and reign in England. Replacing the wooden Mott and Bailey with massive stone towers was his strategy to claim and control the hostile Land of Britain. Usually, the tower design was very simple: Thick walls, an elevated entry and no windows on the first floors. Great examples for this kind of design is the tower of London, Falaise Castle or Loches Castle.
.Guidance: Comes with a QR code manual to be scanned, with illustrations, helping building beginners commence with ease.
.Other Usages: The assembled building blocks of great educational meanings make an ideal gift for back-to-school seasons and holidays. Perfect for display and decoration as well.
.After-sales: Suitable for 8 and up. With small parts inside, carefully placing and using is necessary. For any problems when assembling, please contact us in time.
.Product Weight: 13000g
.Package Weight: 14000g
.Package Dimensions: 60 x 50 x 30cm
.Packing: Graphic Carton